May 14, 2019
Three advocates for public policy action to reduce gun violence explored options this morning.
The focus was not on rolling back the Second Amendment, or a particular list of legislative initiatives. Instead, the focus was on lives lost, families torn apart, and what long list of things it might take to make it less likely that people bent on violence have a gun in their hand at that moment of action.
As Malcolm Graham, the younger brother of Cynthia Hurd who was gunned downed in the Emanuel Church Charleston shooting four years ago, said to the Forum, when his buddies settled a score in their youth, they went out back and threw some fists and no one lost their lives.
In the video below, presentations begin at minute 14:57. The Q&A begins at minute 34:05.